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俄罗斯潮涨潮落

(2008-10-24 20:18:03) 下一个
 
 
中国人常说:风水轮流转,十年河西,十年河东。

最近的研究发现,在中国的紧邻俄罗斯国家首领的交接上,秃与不突、潮涨潮落,
竟然十三世130年如一日,错落有致。

1、沙皇亚历山大二世:1855-1881,不秃。



2、
沙皇亚历山大三世:1881-1894,秃。



3、
沙皇尼古拉二世:1894-1917,不秃。



4、前苏联领导人列宁:1917-1922,秃。



5、
前苏联领导人斯大林:1922-1953,不秃。



6、
前苏联领导人赫鲁晓夫:1953-1964,秃。



7、
前苏联领导人勃列日捏夫:1964-1982,不秃。



8、
前苏联领导人安德罗勃夫:1982-1984,秃。



9、
前苏联领导人契尔年科:1984-1985,不秃。



10、
前苏联总统戈尔巴乔夫:1985-1991,秃。



11、俄罗斯联邦第一任总统叶利钦:1991-1999,不秃。



12、
俄罗斯联邦第二任总统普京:1999-2008,秃。



13、
俄罗斯联邦第三任总统梅德韦捷夫:2008-,不秃。



奇怪的是,百年不破的
这一黄金规律,竟然被认为是天意,频频用于预测俄罗斯总统大选!



MOSCOW:Whatever other imprint, Russia’s likely future President DmitryMedvedev will leave in history one he has already made with hishairline: he has confirmed the long-standing Russian theory that baldand hairy leaders alternate each other in the Kremlin in strictsuccession.
This rule has never beenbroken for close to 130 years, ever since the balding Alexander IIItook over from hairy father in 1881. Nicolas II,who succeeded Alexander III, was hairy, Vladimir Lenin was bald, JosephStalin was hairy, Nikita Khrushchev was bald, Leonid Brezhnev washairy. Balding Yuri Andropov was succeeded by hairy Nikolai Chernenko,who left his seat to bald Mikhail Gorbachev.

Hairy Boris Yeltsin promoted balding Vladimir Putin, who has now supported hairy Dmitry Medvedev as his preferred successor.

Acloser look at Russian history shows that the strange tradition ofhairy-bald succession worked also for those turbulent times wheninterim leaders replaced each other in kaleidoscopic succession. Duringseveral months of turmoil after the February Revolution of 1917, whichbrought down Nicolas II, and the October Revolution of 1917, whichinstalled Lenin in power, Russia was ruled by the ProvisionalGovernment. It was first headed by bald Count Lvov and then hairyAlexander Kerensky.

Another short interimperiod came after Stalin died and before Khrushchev came to power.There again bald Beria was replaced by hairy Malenkov.

ManyRussians believe that it is God that his playing with them. Some claim,for instance, that hairy Yevgeny Primakov pulled out of the 2000presidential race against baldish Mr. Putin because he did not fit intothe hairy-bald succession pattern and, therefore, had no chance ofwinning.

Adherents of the quirky bald-hairytheory say that Mr. Medvedev is assured of victory in the March 2presidential poll, not so much because he has the support of theincumbent President, but because he is hairy enough.

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